UPI is based on developing and refining a system or process through multiple iterations, with cyclic and rapid feedback and adaptation.

Unified Process Innovation allowing Taurean to create transformational solutions for clients, enabling them to respond more effectively and quickly to the growing number of advanced cyber threats.


Used to prepare the basis for the project, including preparation of the business case, establishing project scope, setting boundaries, outlining key requirements, and possible architecture solutions together with design tradeoffs, identifying risks, and developing the initial project plan.


The project team is expected to capture most of the system’s requirements, to perform a risk analysis and develop a risk management plan to reduce or eliminate the impact of identified risks on final schedule and product, to establish design and architecture and deployment diagrams, to create a plan (schedule, cost estimates, and achievable milestones) for the next (Construction) phase.


The system’s design is finalized and refined, and the system is built using the basis created during the Elaboration Phase. The Construction Phase is divided into multiple iterations with each iteration resulting in an executable release of the system or software.


Delivers the new system to its end-users. The Transition Phase also includes data migration from legacy systems and user training.

PDCA Approach:

Taurean also uses a Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA) approach. PDCA is an iterative design and management method used in business to control and continuously improve processes and products.